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    AFP: Daniel Pearl film to premiere at Pakistan festival

    A movie based on the murder of US reporter Daniel Pearl will premiere at a film festival in the Pakistani city where he was abducted nearly five years ago. "Infinite Justice," by British-Pakistani filmmaker Jamil Dehlavi, is the star attraction at the sixth Kara Film Festival in the southern port c...

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    Spam 2.0 Takes Over

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    USA! USA! Uber alles!

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    Lars von Trier Adds Interactive Game to Films

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    Best of Brouhaha Emerges for FFF

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    INDUSTRY MOVES: Marblestone Joins Picturehouse as Marketing/Distribution Head

    Arthur Marblestone has joined Picturehouse as the company's Sr. EVP of Marketing and Distribution. A 25 year veteran of the business, Marblestone was a partner at Media First International, working with Picturehouse president Bob Berney on campaigns for "Memento" and "The Passion of the Christ" (at Newmarket), "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" (at IFC Films), and "A Prairie Home Companion" (at Picturehouse). He will report directly to Berney in the company's New York office. In a statement, Berney said about Marblestone:"I've known and worked with Arthur for many years. He is a talented professional who instinctually knows what's best for a film. I...

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    H'Wood Reporter: Jimmy Carter talking "Peace" in new documentar

    President Jimmy Carter is the subject of a documentary that will follow him across the United States as he promotes his latest tome. "He Comes in Peace" from "The Silence of the Lambs" director Jonathan Demme, is being produced by Participant Prods., the socially conscious firm behind the hit Al Gore documentary "An Inconvenient Truth." Demme and his crew will join Carter on his book tour for Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid, which hit shelves November 14. At the same time, Carter, who has written more than 20 books, will speak about how to achieve peace in the Mideast and his lifelong philosophy of human compassion. Borys Kit and Nicole Sperli...

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    The Guardian: Almodovar and Cruz to join forces again

    Pedro Almodovar and Penelope Cruz are set to join forces again, following their acclaimed collaboration on "Volver." The Spanish director is to work on a vengeance drama entitled "La Piel Que Habito" (The Skin I Live In) and is considering Cruz for a starring role. The plot centres on a plastic surgeon who exacts revenge on the men who have raped her daughter. It is based on a 1995 novel entitled Mygale (Tarantula) by French crime writer Thierry Jonquet, although it will retain just one scene from the book. According to Variety, Almodovar was talking enthusiastically about the project at the European Film Awards in Warsaw at the weekend. Howe...

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    National Geographic Television Opens offices in New York and LA to Meet Growth

    National Geographic Television (NGT) has opened offices in New York City and Los Angeles due to a "significant and sustained increase in production," the television and documentary production arm of the National Geographic Society, NGT president Michael Rosenfeld announced Tuesday. Nina Weinstein, formerly of the Dicovery Production Group, has been named vice president, West Coast production, for NGT and will head the Los Angeles office, while Kim Woodard, has worked on award-winning programs for National Geographic Channel, PBS and The History Channel, heads the New York office. "This expansion is a reflection of NGT's dramatic growth - we'v...

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